Mom bathes 1-year-old son with rare skin disorder in bleach to keep him alive

USA Today 3 months ago

A mom from Washington state bathes her 1-year-old son with harlequin ichthyosis in bleach twice a week, because she wants him to defy the odds. Alicia Barber is hopeful she won't need to use the toxic chemical forever. She's searching for other options.

      
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